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Dear Richard,

Thanks for your letter and goal sheet.

I’m glad that you gave this the consideration it deserves and as such, it comes as no surprise that you are as committed as you say. After working with you, I know desire when I see it and it has nothing to do with being able to “get it right the first time.”

Of course, Black Belt is not for everyone. It takes lots of practice, a Black Belt Attitude and good attendance.   I also know that you can do it. Do not be discouraged by your early struggles. That is what makes black belt the world’s most recognized and respected ranks of achievement. You will do it.

I’m happy to hear you are enjoying class much as we enjoy having you. I’m very proud of your progress

Keep up the good work and I’ll see you in brown and black belt class before you know it.

Sincerely,

John Graden

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WELCOME TO THE  BLACK BELT CLUB!

This is to inform you that you have been nominated for membership in the  Black Belt Club. Your membership in the Black Belt Club opens up a whole new world for your growth as a martial artist. 

By fully utilizing your privileges of membership, you will accelerate your learning, strengthen the personal development attributes inherent in training at this level, and, most of all, move you into the inner circle of the school. 

Martial arts is an exciting activity that has a powerful impact on the lives of its practitioners.  However, that impact is in direct proportion to the level of personal commitment the student makes to earning a Black Belt.  

THE SELECTION PROCESS

1. Black Belt Attitude

Your instructors are skilled in determining which students have the necessary attributes for “going all the way.”  The first attribute is the Black Belt Attitude.  The Black Belt Attitude is an attitude of positive expectancy. 

It’s the never-quit attitude of a winner.  Students with the Black Belt Attitude maintain high levels of personal standards in and out of the martial arts school.

2. Attendance

Good attendance shows discipline.  The discipline necessary to follow through and stick with your goals.  This is critical as the road to Black Belt is marked with small, incremental improvements that, when achieved consistently, gain enormous momentum leading to fantastic mental and physical breakthroughs. 

3. Commitment to Earning YOUR Black Belt

We realize that we cannot change any one technique or improve any one area of our lives 100% overnight.  Instead we seek to improve in all areas—1% per week.  This law of incremental learning is accomplished only with consistent class attendance.

The final, and in many ways the most important attribute, is a commitment to earning your Black Belt.  In our program, we have two levels of student.  The first is the novice who is in the midst of their introduction to the world of martial arts.   

This student is considered a trial student and as such is only permitted to attend a limited number of classes per week and is not permitted to learn certain, more advanced techniques. 

These techniques and skills are reserved for the second level of student, the  Black Belt Club students.  This status is only achieved through the commitment to earning a Black Belt. 

These students have demonstrated their long-term commitment to the instructor and the school as designated by their membership in the  Black Belt Club.  In turn, the instructors can, with confidence, commit to advance training with these students.

By recommending you into the Black Belt Club, your instructors have determined that you have the attributes necessary to earn your Black Belt. 

They are willing to commit to providing you with the leadership, the guidance and the skills to get you there.  The rest is up to you.

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Dear Paul,

Thanks for your letter and goal sheet. I’m proud of you. I too hope you can join the Black Belt Club. But I don’t think your mother should give it to you. I think you should earn it by completing parts one and two of your goal sheet.

Maybe if you offered to help her around the house and showed a lot of interest in school and karate, she might consider it.

Of course, Black Belt Club is not for everyone. It takes lots of practice, a Black Belt Attitude and good attendance.   I know you can do it!

I’m happy to hear you are enjoying class much as we enjoy having you. I’m proud of your progress

Keep up the good work and I’ll see you in brown and black belt class before you know it.

Sincerely,

 

John Graden

8th Degree Black Belt

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